We caught up with; our very own Laura!


I grabbed Laura for a quick interview about all things social. Check out what my ‘social media big sister’ had to say. 1. In order of preference what are your top 5 social networks and why? Facebook – Good way to share news visually and keep up to date with friends, businesses, brands and entertainment. Vine – Purely for the humour and entertainment value. I wish more brands would adopt a social strategy which included Vine. Pinterest – The best way to search images and store visual inspiration for fashion, fitness and home decor. Twitter – Great for random conversations


We caught up with; Rebecca Newenham


Beautifully Social caught up with Rebecca, who runs a business in the virtual assistant market. We really like this business idea! Check them out: Facebook, Twitter and website. 1. Tell us a bit about your business? Get Ahead VA was founded in 2010 after I recognised a gap in the market for virtual assistance services that offered the flexibility, value and performance that small businesses need in the 21st century, digital economy. After a corporate career in buying for retail giants such as Sainsbury’s, I was looking for a flexible work solution around my three children. Having grow up with


We caught up with; Nicky Pope


Our ‘we caught up with’ series of blog posts will interview a variety of professionals; from social media managers to small business owners and more. This week we caught up with hairdressing industry expert and editor Nicky Pope, who runs a highly successful hairdressing magazine, blog and events business. My business: At IHAA Ltd we work at making the big world of professional hairdressing a bit smaller and better linked. Britain has a strong, healthy industry which is well regarded globally. We provide hairdressers and artistic teams for shows and seminars both here in the UK and now across Europe